I have a 150 watt solar panel on the roof right now, I have two inverters, one Black & Decker Power Station/inverter and 2500w/5000w. I have 2 Interstate RV marine batteries now. Next week I will be switching those batteries to my house battery and purchasing 3 brand new Interstate Batteries. In a month from now I will be adding another 100w to my roof. After owning my own business, I'm a carpenter, for over 15 years I was hurt on the job and after 3 years of not being able to work I am now living in my summer home, my RV for which I call the Brick. I purchased it from a friend of mine who bought it out of a insurance auctioneer and it truly was an amazing find with only 30,000 miles on it no rips in the fabric, no significant body damage no holes in the seats no cigarette burns, it's just really amazing. I drove it around for a month no problems so I purchased it and moved in a month later. Here in Southern California the weather is not a problem but parking is an issue of course. I was not even aware of what boondocking meant a year ago. So when I started having issues with it and me being a carpenter with minimal mechanical skills but being mechanically inclined I went about trying to find the issue. And as I went along the less and less I could drive the vehicle without having to stop let it rest for 12 hours before I can drive it again without losing power now it's down to about five or six miles. Lucky I'm parked in an area where my needs are within walkin distance. I guess that's me, other than I'm single and my dog just died. If anybody out there could help me out with my if you I would greatly appreciate it.